Note: Responsible researchers give credit to their sources. Properly acknowledging the people, books, and reports that have contributed & continue to contribute to my (and your) ongoing learning is the foundational philosophy of Sound Money Financials. As of 8/3, this is a very rudimentary list I put together in haste to cite the work that I used in the first issue of #theQR. I have included some links but will add more.
1. Tone Vays
I started learning trading by watching Tone's YouTube channel, which is hands down one of the best resources for learning Technical Analysis & using the TD Sequential indicator. I met Tone last October when I attended The Financial Summit he hosted in Bali, Indonesia.
2. Tuur Demeester
I first read Tuur's work in April of 2019 & I bought Bitcoin at 3,900 Usd, which was as close to buying the low as I ever need to get. I encourage you to view this report [Bitcoin in Heavy Accumulation] & to investigate further research by Adamant Capital, such as The Bitcoin Reformation.
3. Mark Douglas, author of The Disciplined Trader
4. Tyler D Coates, Leah Wald & Tyler Jenks, authors of Hyperwave Theory
Note: The list below lays out some of the best financial & Bitcoin-related books I read in 2019, the year I read 100 books:
Reminiscences of a Stock Operator
Blockchain: The Next Everything
The Bitcoin Standard
The Most Important Thing: Uncommon Sense For The Common Investor
The Misbehavior of Markets, Crypto Assets
The Personal MBA
The Internet of Money Volumes 1 & 2
The Dao of Capital
The Art of Execution
Step by Step Trading
Candesticks, Fibonacci & Chart Pattern Trading Tools: A Synergistic Strategy to Enhance Profits & Reduce Risk.
Further reading I have found interesting & helpful:
The Age of Cryptocurrency
A Collection of Rare Writings by Edson Gould
Tides in the Affairs of Men